[Om-announce] One Postdoc Research Fellow Position on Verification of Cyber-Physical Systems

jun sun sunjun at sutd.edu.sg
Wed Apr 16 09:06:18 CEST 2014


A Postdoctoral Research Fellow position is available on security and
cyber-physical systems, funded by a research project led by Dr. Sun Jun
from Singapore University of Technology and Design. The goal of this
project is to develop novel automated techniques for analyzing security
properties of cyber-physical systems.

To apply you must hold a degree in the areas of Computer Science, or a
related discipline, and a PhD in a relevant research area (which includes
program analysis, security, cyber-physical system analysis, formal
verification, model checking, formal methods, testing, etc.). Candidates
are expected to have high-quality publications in peer-reviewed conferences
and journals. The postdoc will be supervised by Dr. Sun Jun and will be
working closely with his existing research fellows/assistants as well as
PhD students.

The Singapore University of Technology and Design’s (SUTD) is set up in
collaboration with Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and
represents MIT’s most significant collaboration on education to date. SUTD
takes pride in creating a unique system of education that includes cohort
based instruction, novel pedagogy, and emphasis on design throughout its
multidisciplinary curriculum. This research project is supported by a
research center on cyber-physical systems in SUTD. Also of the research
center are multiple mock up systems of real-world cyber-physical systems.
Researchers supported by the center are encouraged to apply their research
approaches/results on these real systems.

This postdoc position is available for up to 4 years. The salary ranges
from SGD 60K to 80K per year with attractive package.

Informal inquiries are encouraged and should be directed to:

Dr Sun Jun (sunjun at sutd.edu.sg)

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